Are you looking for a clever tee shirt, creative pillows to decorate your sofa, or perhaps a handmade outfit for your baby? If so, head to the Sunday Market!
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The Sunday market is the place to go for creative and handmade items. It’s fun to browse the stands and see what lovely and clever things people have come up with. Unique jewelry, interesting lamps, adorable baby clothing, locally made rain gear, creative pillows…there is always something cool at the Sunday Market.
Held the first Sunday of each month in Westerpark, the second Sunday of the month at Amsterdam Roest, and occasionally in IJburg, there is sure to be a Sunday Market near you. Check our [url=http://www.awesomeamsterdam.com/calendar]agenda[/url] for the upcoming dates.
Sunday Market West
The original western version of the market fills the square next to the Westergasfabriek and also continues indoors. People come from all over the city to stroll around with their family and friends, especially on a sunny day or around Christmas time. The market really is a fabulous place to buy unique gifts for everyone on your list.
In addition to the many items for sale there is also a variety of delicious food and drinks on offer. Ice cream, tacos, poffertjes, sandwiches, gluwijn, and cupcakes are just some of the snacks to be sampled.
If you don’t feel like eating while walking the market there are several cafes located right there in Westerpark where you can sit and have a bite. [url=http://awesomeamsterdam.com/articles/229/de-bakkerswinkel]De Bakkerswinkel[/url] is always popular and has a large terrace for those wonderful sunny days. [url=http://awesomeamsterdam.com/articles/454/pacific-parc]Pacific Parc[/url] is very roomy indoors and their terrace is smack in the middle of the market for great people watching. Or grab a coffee at [url=http://awesomeamsterdam.com/articles/95/favorite-espresso-coffee-spots-in-amsterdam#Espressofabriek]Espressofabriek[/url] or ice cream at [url=http://awesomeamsterdam.com/articles/141/ice-cream-ijs-gelato-amsterdam#IJscuypje]IJscuypje[/url].
Sunday Market West
Haarlemmerweg 8-10, Amsterdam
Sunday Market East
The Sunday Market’s eastern version is held the second Sunday of the month at Amsterdam Roest. As usual there are stalls selling all kinds of handmade items in addition to a variety of food vendors. Relax in the super laid back Roest ambiance and let the kids run free.
While in the area, be sure to check out what is going on at the [url=http://www.mediamatic.net/]Mediamatic Fabriek[/url]. This creative collaborative workshop is always up to something super cool and innovative.
Van Gendthallen (formerly Storkterrein), VOC-kade 10, Amsterdam
Sunday Market IJburg
The IJburg Sunday market typically takes place on the last Sunday of the month during the summer, but is not held every month. Check the [url=http://www.sundaymarket.nl/]Sunday Market website[/url] for the latest information.
[b]Visit the Sunday Market near you to see what creative items might grab your fancy![/b]